How GCs Can Build Better Fundraising "Data Rooms", Faster

By LinkSquares Team

confident-businesswoman-working-at-desk-7ZHFUNXFundraising rounds start in your "data room." The faster you can set up these critical investor tools, the sooner you can close your round. And the person who determines how quickly your data room gets off the ground is usually your lawyer.

That's why LinkSquares developed our latest eBook: "How General Counsels Can (and Should) Help Companies Raise Funding Rounds".

A data room, sometimes called a deal room, is the repository of all the documents, data, and disclosures that a potential investor might need to perform due diligence on your company. The success or failure of your fundraising round is usually determined inside your data room.

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Without a comprehensive data room, investors will either demand extra information, or assume you have something to hide. Without a well-organized data room, not only will your company and your team appear sloppy, but due diligence can drag out beyond the point of investor interest. And if your data room is filled with outdated information -- which happens more often than you'd expect -- investors may misevaluate your business, leading to a lower round.

The person best able to avoid these pitfalls is your General Counsel or Chief Legal Officer. We show them how in "How General Counsels Can (and Should) Help Companies Raise Funding Rounds".

If you want to make sure your GC has all the tools and tactics they need to build the best possible data room in the shortest possible time, download "How General Counsels Can (and Should) Help Companies Raise Funding Rounds" now.

And if you want the contract analysis software solution that can accelerate every aspect of building and organizing a killer data room, contact LinkSquares today.

Topics: Contract Management fundraising

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